Cheap Hotels in Clitheroe
Situated in Clitheroe and with Clitheroe Castle reachable within 5 km, Assheton Arms features a garden, non-smoking rooms, free WiFi and a bar. Boasting luggage storage space, this property also welcomes guests with a restaurant and a terrace. At the hotel, the rooms include a desk, a flat-screen TV and a private bathroom. All rooms will provide guests with a wardrobe and a kettle. Assheton Arms offers a continental or Full English/Irish breakfast. Hiking is among the activities that guests can enjoy near the accommodation. The nearest airport is Leeds Bradford International Airport, 59 km from Assheton Arms.
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Hotels in Clitheroe
Nestled in the Ribble Valley, Clitheroe has been a bustling town since the middle ages.
Today, you can still pick up a bargain at the same markets that have been running since the 12th century, and enjoy wandering the pretty streets lined with grand stone buildings. If you're looking for a real experience to remember, try to visit during the annual Ribble Valley Jazz Festival.
With such a long history, its little wonder that there are lots of great landmarks to discover in the town. Top of the list has to be Clitheroe Castle. This Norman keep is reported to be one of the smallest in country, and its position on the hill makes for a perfect photo opportunity.
For a memorable afternoon out, book onto one of the regular Top Hat Tours running from the town. It's a great way to see the Ribble Valley, or for something a little different, try their haunted inn tour and hop around Clitheroe's pubs in a fun way.
Culture fans should definitely check out ‘The Grand', too. This multi-million pound arts and performance centre always has something interesting going on.
Restaurants and hotels
There's no shortage of places to dine in Clitheroe. Food by Breda Murphy, is a particularly popular bistro and deli. You can sample traditional English food at The Buck Inn, or relax in the cosy Blueberries market café.
There are plenty of great Clitheroe hotels to suit all tastes and budgets too. Try the stately Eaves Hall for a more luxurious stay, The Shireburn Arms for a traditional retreat, or Whalley Abbey.
With beautiful countryside on the doorstep, lovely places to explore and an interesting history to discover, Clitheroe really is a great place for a memorable break.
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